‘Get him out of Texas’: Internet torches Trump for boasting about crowd size at hurricane relief event
President Donald Trump visited Texas on Tuesday to survey the damage done to the state by Hurricane Harvey — and he once again couldn’t resist the urge to boast about the large crowd he managed to draw during a public appearance to talk about the event.
Addressing a crowd of supporters in the city of Corpus Christi, Trump marveled at the number of people who showed up to greet him during his visit.
“What a crowd!” Trump said. “What a turnout!”
Trump, who is notoriously obsessed about drawing large crowds, was quickly hammered on the internet for treating a hurricane relief effort like yet another one of his campaign rallies.
Check out some of the top responses below.
Are you kidding?? OMG Is he having a parade???? Get him out of Texas.
— Laura McGinnis (@TxsleuthUSA) August 29, 2017
— Carolyn Chernoff (@CarolynChernoff) August 29, 2017
People are trapped and dying and he is concerned about crowd size.
— colorado kid (@YesMrGilbert) August 29, 2017
"My bone weary, hurricane-ravaged crowds are much bigger than Obama's, maybe the biggest ever."
— pinhead (@evpinhead) August 29, 2017
Find one day when he has not been grotesque. One.
— Meredith D. (@YankeeBeatCheck) August 29, 2017
His mind is diseased. Americans are just props for @realDonaldTrump 's ego-stroking fantasy.
— Iridule (@MixSort) August 29, 2017
Como se dice "jackass"?
"Trump in Corpus Christi: "What a crowd, what a turnout"" https://t.co/lIqyZ0pYhG
— (((🌎Carolyn K🌎))) (@LynCKos) August 29, 2017
Bush after 9/11: "I can hear you, the rest of the world can hear you!"
Trump after #HurricaineHarvey: “What a crowd, what a turnout!”
— Chico Delainky (@ChicoDelainky) August 29, 2017
"Biggest turnout in the history of this venue. Record numbers!"- Trump's opening statement to Congress during his impeachment trial
— Andres Smith (@DreJSmith) August 29, 2017
TRUMP: I boosted your tourism
TRUMP: Appreciate the congrats
TRUMP: What a turnout https://t.co/miZoZeylQ1
— Daniel Lin (@danwlin) August 29, 2017